Pound for Pound Rankings – September 2017

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With the retirement of Andre Ward, who’s the new number 1? Here are the P4P rankings for September 2017.

1) Gennady Golovkin

37-0-1 Draw 33 KOs
In my eyes, GGG won his fight with Canelo in an exciting fight.
Next Fight: TBD

2) Terence Crawford

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32-0 23 KOs
Crawford became the undisputed champ at Junior Welterweight in August & is now set to move up to the more competitive 147 Welterweight Division.
Next Fight: TBD

3) Vasyl Lomachenko
9-1 7 KOs
Loma made easy work with Marriaga in August, and will face his biggest test with Rigondeaux in December.
Next Fight: 12/9

4) Keith Thurman

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28-0 22 KOs
Thurman has been out of action due to injury since March, he will be looking to return early next year. He remains the top guy in boxings most competitive division.
Next Fight: TBD

5) Canelo Alvarez
49-1-2 Draws 34 KOs
Canelo fought a good fight against boxings top guy in GGG, he will be looking for the win in the rematch
Next Fight: TBD

6) Errol Spence
22-0 19 KOs
Spence Beat Kell Brook in May & put the Welterweight division on notice. He’s the second best in the division and is looking for a top level fight for end of the year or early next.
Next Fight: TBD

 

7) Mikey Garcia

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37-0 30 KOs
Garcia dominated Broner in July, and is moving up to 140 pounds. He is looking for a top level fight and has plenty of options.
Next Fight: TBD

8) Sergey Kovalev
30-2-1 26 KOs
While Kovalev lost to Andre Ward via knockout, he is still one of the top guys in the division. He will be looking to bounce back in November.
Next Fight: 11/25

9) Guillermo Rigondeaux
17-0 11 KOs
Rigo had no decision after his after the Bell KO in June, and is looking forward to his fight with Lomachenko in December.
Next Fight: 12/9

10) Srisaket Sor Rungvisai

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44-4-1 40 KOs
After his KO win over former P4P member Roman Chocolatito Gonzalez, Rungvisai earned his spot on the list. Moving forward he will be a fighter to watch in the smaller divisions.
Next Fight: TBD

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2 comments

  1. How about Dante Wilder? I have him as number 1.

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